Audacity of Nope: Supermax Prison Calls Obama Books Objectionable

Prison officials, citing guidance from the FBI, determined that passages in “Dreams from My Father” and “The Audacity of Hope” contain information that could damage national security.
The federal government’s most secure prison has determined that two books written by President Barack Obama contain material “potentially detrimental to national security” and rejected an inmate’s request to read them.
Prison officials cite specific pages – but not specific passages – in the books that they deem objectionable. They include one page in Obama’s 1995 book, “Dreams from My Father,” and 22 separate pages in his policy-oriented 2006 book, “The Audacity of Hope.” It was not immediately obvious what passages might have been deemed problematic, though nearly half of the pages cited are in a chapter devoted to foreign affairs. Read More

Good for the Supermax Prison to let the American people know about this! Which I don’t think that is the only way Obama has damage national security! Cuting our defense and giving millions of tax payers money to Hamas is another along with printing money we don’t have which will inflate the dollar! He is a weak leader as Jimmy Carter was. Jimmy Carter only lasted 4 years!


(1) Summer of silliness: Obama and the ogling freeze frame

(2) Crack Goon Marion Barry Busted Again


4 comments on “Audacity of Nope: Supermax Prison Calls Obama Books Objectionable

  1. Ya beat me to it again GTP! 😀

    I read this about 5 am this morning and had to scoot.

    Here is the big thing as I see it. If the impostor in chief’s written works are not safe for prisoners to read? Then he has to have something very detrimental to our society and way of life recorded in those words. Not to mention dangerous as well.

    And his lackeys call us bloggers dangerous?

  2. If his books are detrimental to our national security, what do you think his “daily operations” in the White House are doing to us?

    Get rid of him NOW! Don’t Tread on Me!!!!!!

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